12 Romantic Comedies For Cozy Weekends

February 21, 2017

For those who have already planned a lazy and cozy weekend, we at LikeAble put together a collection of 12 light romantic comedies that will charge you with positive energy and evoke incredible emotions.

The F Word

© Caramel Film

Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Zoe Kazan, Megan Park, Adam Driver

Wallace and Chantry meet at a party and immediately fall for each other. Everything seems to go smoothly until Wallace finds out that Chantry has a longtime boyfriend. An incredibly warm movie filled with subtle humor and bright emotions.

IMDb rating — 6.8
Two Night Stand

© Apartment Two

Starring: Miles Teller, Analeigh Tipton, Jessica Szohr, Scott Mescudi

A terrible snowstorm forced Megan to stay at Alec’s apartment. Thus, the paralyzing blizzard made two people unwillingly extend their one night stand and get to know each other better. It’s a little love story full of funny and witty dialogue.

IMDb rating— 6.4
Something’s Gotta Give

© Columbia Pictures

Starring: Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton, Keanu Reeves, Frances McDormand, Amanda Peet

Harry suffers a heart attack at the home of Erica, his young lover’s mother. Things get a little awkward when Harry himself gets smitten with Erica. And here begins the real whirlwind of emotions, passions, and contradictions. There are absolutely no rules and restrictions in this love triangle. Something’s Gotta Give is an amazing comedy with a great cast.

IMDb rating — 6.7
Un moment d’egarement

One Wild Moment

© Canal+ [fr]

Starring: Vincent Cassel, Francois Cluzet, Lola Le Lann, Alice Isaaz

Two friends bring their daughters with them on a beach vacation and find themselves in an awkward situation. A charming 18-year-old girl falls in love with a 42-year-old man. Things get heated when it turns out that the girl’s lover is her father’s best friend. Mix the sun, sea, love, passion, and French humor, and get a great cocktail for a pleasant day in front of the screen.

IMDb rating— 6.3
Maggie’s Plan

© Franklin Street

Starring: Greta Gerwig, Ethan Hawke, Julianne Moore, Bill Hader

Maggie marries John, an anthropologist, who was previously in an unhappy marriage with Georgette. At first everything is going well, but soon Maggie starts to feel depressed. She comes up with a plan to fix the situation. It’s a comic and romantic film about love and the feelings of extremely clever people. Subtle and intelligent humor is a bonus.

IMDb rating — 6.3
Hello, My Name Is Doris

© Frame Switch

Starring: Sally Field, Norma Michaels, Stephen Root, Wendi McLendon-Covey

Doris is a 60-year-old office worker who has recently lost her mother. She attends self-help and motivational seminars, and she reads romance novels on her way to work. She unexpectedly falls head over heels in love with her coworker, John, who is half her age. An entirely positive movie which proves that nothing is impossible in this world.

IMDb rating — 6.7
Man Up

© Big Talk Productions

Starring: Lake Bell, Simon Pegg, Rory Kinnear, Olivia Williams

Nancy, a 34-year-old single woman, is already exhausted in a completely fruitless search for happiness. However, fate had something very interesting in store for her. She accidentally takes the place of a stranger on a blind date which leads to her finding the perfect boyfriend.

IMDb rating — 6.8
Before We Go

© G4 Productions

Starring: Chris Evans, Alice Eve, Maria Breyman, Emma Fitzpatrick

Two strangers stuck in Manhattan. Just for one night they fall out of reality to look at their lives from a different angle. There is no vulgarity, just a lovely story which will leave a lasting impression on you.

IMDb rating — 6.9
Un peu, beaucoup, aveuglement!

Blind Date

© Canal+ [fr]

Starring: Melanie Bernier, Clovis Cornillac, Lilou Fogli, Philippe Duquesne

He is an inventor of puzzles who invests his heart and soul into work and prefers nothing more than absolute silence. She is an amazing pianist who works on her big-break concert. How do they manage to organize their lives around each other? This light French comedy is about the importance of understanding people and accepting them the way they are.

IMDb rating — 6.5
La delicatesse


© 2.4.7. Films

Starring: Audrey Tautou, Francois Damiens, Bruno Todeschini, Melanie Bernier

One day, Nathalie, a young attractive woman, kisses her coworker Marcus. Just like that, for no particular reason. And now Marcus can’t get her out of his mind and is ready to do everything to win her heart. This heart-warming, sincere, and somewhat eccentric movie will definitely brighten up your evening.

IMDb rating — 6.6
I Give It a Year

© StudioCanal

Starring: Rose Byrne, Rafe Spall, Anna Faris, Simon Baker

An extremely witty film about a young couple who face a variety of problems and difficulties in the first year of their marriage. The story of the movie proves that love is a glue, without which a marriage will collapse, and it’s not worth wasting your time on a relationship in which you feel alone and unhappy.

IMDb rating — 5.7
Why Him?

© 20th Century Fox Film

Starring: Bryan Cranston, James Franco, Zoey Deutch, Megan Mullally

The film tells the story of a rich but socially awkward guy who is trying to win over his girlfriend’s father. There isn’t too much romance in this movie. Instead, there are plenty of ludicrous situations, jokes, and endless kindness.

IMDb rating — 6.6

Preview photo credit Canal+ [fr]
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